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The one hundred and twenty fourth episode of the Yes Music Podcast, featuring an exploration of some concepts and music beginning with ‘R’.
- What albums and tracks begin with ‘R’?
- What concepts relating to Yes begin with ‘R’?
- Which ‘R’ rescued the band in the 1980s? (Arguably…)
Listen and see if youspot any letter ‘R’s I have left out, then let me know by contacting me via any of the methods below.
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Steven Wilson interview about Close to the Edge remixes
Jon Anderson and Transatlantic play The Revealing Science of God (other videos linked from here)
Miguel Falcão – Happy Birthday to Chris Squire
6 replies on “Episode 124 – The Yes Alphabet – ‘R’”
I haven’t had a chance to listen, but this has already become my favorite episode, because the letter R stands for my favorite album, Relayer. Can’t wait to listen!
Thanks Jamie. I feel like I haven’t said enough about it now! Maybe time to revisit it…
This was a fun episode to listen to, and I liked everything you had to say! You do make one error, though: you attribute the fretless bass sound on “Run Through the Light” to Chris, but the bass on that song is actually played by Trevor Horn. Chris plays piano on the song. Having said that–thanks for another splendid episode!
Thanks Kevin. It makes so much sense now you point that out! Is this the only time Chris Squire isn’t the bassist?
Outside of the Union album (which I’m sure we agree is a special case). he plays Photon Guitar on “Be the One,” whilst Steve plays five-string bass. I think those are the only exceptions.
As in ‘set phasers to stun’? Oh no, I mean photon torpedoes. I will listen to that track again and see what I think! Thanks for pointing that out.